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The Harvest people are obviously ignoring their normal human needs with yet another new Sparrow concept cafe opened and already running like clockwork.

The first was on the main street of Bangalow and now Sparrow is open in Byron Bay at 1b Byron St (two doors up from Aldi).

As usual – tasteful, coordinated, and lovely clean lines, you’ll be able to find the good Harvest bread, Allpress coffee and soon the famous pork, apple and sage sausage rolls.

This all comes without having to wait in line or travel over to Newrybar daily.

Sparrows-BangalowThe Sparrow cafe concept is simple, really. It takes tiny retail spots, tastefully decks them out in the rustic Harvest tradition with minimal fuss and clean, easy lines.

They then distil the real needs of the ardent caffeine soak (like me) into a takeaway cup offering a super-fast, high-quality drop of the brown nectar from the civilised time of 6am.

If that’s not enough to wake the dead, they’ve added the convenience of an app called Beat the Q, available for the fastest-ordering and cash-free transactions (no chatting required, just collect).

Great if you’re tongue-tied before your first coffee – personally, I need an app to stop me talking.

The Sparrow

Open 6am–2pm, Monday to Saturday. Sparrow at Byron: 1b Byron Street, Byron Bay (two doors up from Aldi); Sparrow at Bangalow: 34 Byron Street, Bangalow.

 


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